Tulsa

The heart of Oklahoma beckons with over 140 parks, plus a variety of cultural attractions and entertainment venues sure to satisfy all ages and interests. Whether you’re looking for world-class art, ballet, opera or just a day at the zoo, Tulsa is a great choice for a quick getaway. On the culture front, you could spend an entire weekend touring the city’s fine museums. The Gilgrease, the Museum of Jewish Art and the Philbrook all offer fascinating exhibits in their respective areas of expertise. Anyone with an interest in gardens will not want to miss the Tulsa Garden Center and its extensive horticultural library plus other resources related to all things green. Outdoor endeavors include Bells Amusement Park, golf and River Parks, 20 miles of paved recreation trails that run along the Arkansas River and weave past picnic areas, playgrounds, fountains and sculptures.

Tulsa Botanic Garden

Currently advance tickets are required via website or phone. Tulsa Botanic Garden is an all-season oasis blooming just 8 miles northwest of downtown Tulsa. The A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Floral Terraces is a 3-acre ornamental garden showcasing over 350 plant varieties, beautiful art deco designs and water features, and one of the region’s largest spring flower displays with over 100,000 bulbs....

Holy Family Cathedral

Holy Family Cathedral is the mother and head church for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tulsa in Eastern Oklahoma. It is a beautiful neo-Gothic edifice built in 1914, and recently renovated. Masses are celebrated everyday either in the Cathedral Church or the Chapel of Peace located in the basement. Our Whole Family Faith Formation Program, called Wednesdays at the Cathedral, begins each Wednesday...

Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium

The Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium (TASM) is a regional leader in the promotion of science-based education through hands-on interaction and discovery. Combining preservation with inspiration, TASM tells the story of Oklahoma's rich aerospace history with interactive exhibits that educate and entertain visitors of all ages. Come experience 35,000 square feet of aviation history and take...

The Cave House

The Cave House in a landmark in Tulsa. It was built in 1924, as a Chicken Restaurant. Built during prohibition, it was a place you could quench your thirst! It not only has quirky architecture, but it probably best known for its stories, full of interesting and sometimes amusing information. It is a great date, or family adventure, and as the owner I love to share it! It is best to call, or...